That's why I asked if there was better information! Clark R was back in LVX941J for the Burmah (end of August 72) and was again back in 941 for the Dukeries (late October). I'm pretty sure he was in 941 for the Lindisfarne (early October). I was on all three and was not around in UK at time of the JC Mem in July. The Dukeries reversion is explained by the w/o and the first two must be because 942 was converted to tarmac spec for the Manx?
Sorry to be pedantic, but let's get this right ('RS2000' is still misinformed). This was Roger Clark's car/engine usage in summer/autumn 1972 :
July Jim Clark rally LVX 942J 2-litre alloy BDA engine
September Burmah Rally LVX 942J 1.8-litre iron block engine (Picture of car, p12, AUTOSPORT, 7 September 1972)
September Manx Rally LVX 942J 1.8-litre iron block engine (Picture of car, p10/11, AUTOSPORT, 14 September 1972)
October Lindisfarne LVX 942J 1.8 iron-block engine
[October accident in filming wrote off LVX 942J's body shell]
October Dukeries LVX 941J 1.8-litre iron-block engine (Picture of car, p16, AUTOSPORT, 2 November 1972)
November Hackle LVX 941J 1.8-litre iron-block engine
November/Dec. RAC LVX 942J 'new car' 2.0-litre injected alloy-block engine (Many pictures, of course ....)
Edited by AAGR, 10 December 2011 - 22:05.